Ueber eine neue Art von Pseudoskopie und ihre Beziehungen zu den von Plateau und Oppel beschriebenen Bewegungsphänomenen

  title={Ueber eine neue Art von Pseudoskopie und ihre Beziehungen zu den von Plateau und Oppel beschriebenen Bewegungsph{\"a}nomenen},
  author={Friedrich Z{\"o}llner},
  journal={Annalen der Physik},

Uncertainty in visual processes predicts geometrical optical illusions

Orientation illusions and crosstalk

Visual Illusions: An Interesting Tool to Investigate Developmental Dyslexia and Autism Spectrum Disorder

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